News for Youse: Royal baby, Surrey Memorial ER opens, and BCIT campuses closed again

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      Kate's pregnant Buckingham Palace has announced that Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton, are going to have a baby. More details are available here.

      Batalia case in court Two men charged in the 2011 murder of SFU student Maple Batalia, Gurjinder Dhaliwal and Gursimar Bedi, will make their first court appearance today.

      Surrey Memorial ER reopens Two weeks after a sudden flood, the emergency room at Surrey Memorial Hospital has resumed offering service to patients.

      BCIT campuses closed again Vocational instructors and support staff who belong to the B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union are off the job at all BCIT campuses today.

      Buses on Port Mann Bridge For the first weekday in decades, bus service has returned to the Port Mann Bridge, with the #555 Port Mann Express dropping off passengers at the Braid SkyTrain Station in New Westminster.

      Egyptian protests expand Tomorrow, opponents of President Mohamed Morsi are expected to march on the presidential palace. This comes as judges have gone on strike in the wake of a new draft constitution.

      Britain, France call in Israeli ambassadors Two major European powers have summoned the Israeli ambassadors in their countries in response to Israel's plan to allow 3,000 new homes for settlers in the West Bank and East Jerusalem. More details are available here.

      Tyson forgives Brad Pitt Mike Tyson has said in an interview that he discovered his ex-wife, Robin Givens, in bed with Brad Pitt in 1988. Tyson was mad at the time but has since forgiven him.